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Articles from Plant & Works Engineering (August 1, 2013)

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Aerospace technology for RTP. Brief article 158
Are you ready for IE3? Although 1st January 2015 seems a long way off, there is actually less than 18 months to go to a time when IE3 motors become mandatory. Ian Allan local business unit manager, motors and generators, reports. Allan, Ian 752
British engineering giants collaborate to support growth. 315
BSI Kitemark. Brief article 131
Cable entry system. 242
Carbon savings. 366
Centralised vacuuming cleaning. 136
Clean air keeps operations running. Brief article 287
Colour control glove system. 148
Compact sorting system. 150
Compressor provides on-the-move air for BBC Studios. 336
Confidence in cooling. 163
Conveyor light pays back. 150
Cost effective export tool. 128
Custom-tailored drive units. 145
Customised solution. 173
Cutting force dynamometer. 163
Dust containment. 132
Effective access. 125
Efficient lighting tops energy efficiency investment league for businesses. 287
Electric vehicle makes history at Formula Student. 282
Emergency luminaire. 122
Energy Event exhibitor. Brief article 130
Firmware update for routers. 144
Flash steam recovery system. 141
Forklift automation. 124
Free chlorine sensors. 127
Hex head slotted screws. 144
High pressure control valves. 156
High-throughput shuttle system. 131
Hose reel safety. 152
Improved field jointing control. 149
Increasing the size and diversity of engineering talent. 398
Industrial automation. 210
Introduce Apprenticeship grades, the IAC tells BIS. 414
Keeping safe and efficient with fluid power: fluid power solutions play an invaluable role in the efficient running of plant and equipment in a variety of different vertical industrial sectors, as well as that of the mobile marketplace. However, effective training in operational and health & safety matters should never take a back seat, writes Ian Morris, director, the British Fluid Power Association. Morris, Ian 545
Lightweight infrared for aerial inspection tasks. 359
Machine safety solution. 134
Machine vision introduced. 110
Maintenance in the cloud. Conneely, Karen 860
Making use of the potential for optimisation: tyre manufacturer Michelin has lowered the power consumption of the water circulators installed at the heating station of its Homburg factory by a significant amount--and thereby reduced its electricity bill by some 66%, or [euro]23,000, per year. PWE reports. 1151
MDS conference. 187
Metatarsal protective footwear. 151
New bridge device. 129
New partnership delivers expertise. Brief article 132
New technology provides 50% energy savings. 504
Non-contact level scanner. 124
Oligopoly banking. Blutstein, Aaron 345
Open forum discusses real jobs creation in logistics for the disabled. 249
Out with the old, in with the new. Hutchison, Edward 967
Power and reliability. 148
Precision tool-making firm set for major expansion. Brief article 186
Production line expanded. Brief article 138
Pumps solve moisture problem. 150
Reactive welding helmet. 140
Recycled modular buildings. 146
Safer floors. 133
Seal-less bypass valves. 148
Shipyard handling solutions. 263
Solutions sales added to service. Brief article 132
Split roller bearings solution. 680
Subsidiary purchased. 129
Successful integration. 140
Tank cleaning system. 154
Temperature sensors. 142
The answer to this month's trouble shooter is provided by Hansford Sensors. Interview 235
The Energy Event 2013: from 10 to 11 September, the NEC Birmingham will again open its doors to the UK's leading energy efficiency, management and procurement exhibition and conference, The Energy Event. PWE reports. Conference news 990
The manufacturers' organisation. Scuoler, Terry 431
Thermal imaging helps keep production trouble free at BASF. 555
UKDEA welcomes the Parliamentary Committee on Energy and Climate Change's inquiry into heat. 314
Understanding oil-free and class 0 air: when purchasing new compressed air equipment, an increasing number of companies are including the terms 'oil-free' and 'class 0 (zero)' on their tender documents. However, rotary vane compressor manufacturer Mattei is concerned that these phrases are being used without clear understanding about what they actually mean, or what benefits they deliver. PWE reports. 622
Vending cabinet. 137
Wet alarm valve. 216

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